Life grows on Life. There are 10 trillion human cells per body, but only 1 trillion galaxies in the observable universe. Microtubules model as electron tunneling inside carbon nanotubes, because ribosomes are star analogues and functional equivalents to carbon nanotubes. I've written about the EU and PC truths here before, the outer space vacuum is a superconductor of electricity and superlens with graphene, buckyballs everywhere complex organics are produced in stars and expelled into the interstellar medium. How BIG might something be alive and living that we don't recognize as being alive? Dust forms DNA like structures like the helix nebulae near our galaxy center. Methanol is associated with both star formation, like in dark black nearby Globules, and for living cells. Complex organic astrochemistry takes place in the ISM. The common carbon star produces complex organics that should model as ribosomes attached to carbon nanotubes, much as Johnson showed DNA self-assembles on nanotubes. Morphing mitochondria filaments are spontaneous like the cosmic web filaments without phony dark matter, but living EM matter. Sizes of virus or bacteria on human, seems relative to a galaxy sized living cell, that organizes into clusters, super and hyperclusters along plasma membranes where sheets and filaments connect galaxies. Life inside and all around Life throughout the universe ! Protostars have polar water jets for motion, and the same watery plasma ions are found in slime jets that propel bacteria. Nearby star clusters do not settle down and show protostar motions that defy gravity, which I show actual filamentary motions of bacteria by their jets behave in the same manner. 1 to 2 percent methanol is in all cold nebulaes, and life probably exists with silicon and plasma.http://holographicgalaxy.blogspot.com
I find it's an interesting comparison. It's got correlations to the ideas posed in my "What is the purpose of Oil" thread.
You've made many biologic comparisons into the cosmology that I hadn't even begun to mention (or even recognized yet), but both seem to reach the same conclusion if taken to their ultimate exent.[/quote]